|coffeehouse_134_Reuben_Jackson - Mark Cohen|
Reuben Jackson reviews Suzie Rotolo's 1960s Geenwich Village memoir, including her life with Bob Dylan, in "A Freewheelin'Time".
Keywords: Dylan; Greenwich Village
|Jean Shepherd , Conventions - Big Al|
When the world was young and so was Shep.
Keywords: style; hip; greenwich village; Shep
|Jean Shepherd, 1963 - Big Al|
Mostly complete shows.
Keywords: excelsior; shep; flick; greenwich village
|Greenwich Village Rooftop NYC Diesel Smokedown ~ Choogle On! #40 - Uncle Weed (Dave Olson)|
Late night hoots on a historic Greenwich Village rooftop with Uncle Weed talking about NYC scenes and buildings plus 9/11 recollections, vacuum tubes, ferries, oreos, Hudson fireworks, hockey lock-out, 2002 Cannabis Cup and minor police incidents.
Keywords: architecture; friends; Greenwich Village; NYC; travel
|Greenwich Village - Chapin, Anna Alice, 1880-1920|
Keywords: Greenwich Village (New York, N.Y.)
|Greenwich Village - Chapin, Anna Alice, 1880-1920|
Keywords: Greenwich Village (New York, N.Y.)
|Old Greenwich - Bisland, Elizabeth, 1861-1929|
Keywords: Greenwich Village (New York, N.Y.) -- History
|Greenwich Village Rooftop NYC Diesel Smokedown ~ Choogle On! # 40 - Uncle Weed (Dave Olson)|
Late night hoots on a historic Greenwich Village rooftop with Uncle Weed talking with a Canadian friend about NYC scenes and buildings plus 9/11 recollections, vacuum tubes, ferries, oreo cookies, the last ink factory, Hudson fireworks, hockey lock-out, law school ideas, propane tanks and lawnmowers, 2002 Cannabis Cup (see pics if you are Uncle Weed’s ‘friend’ on Flickr) and minor police incidents plus a few confessions (lousy joint roller and typist) and a self-aggrandizing plug for Zho...
Keywords: architecture; friends; greenwich village; hockey; NYC; travel; vans & cars
|Milt Machlin's Greenwich Village apartment - unknown|
Famous author, New York newsman, adventuer and husband Milt Machlin lived for the last 40 yrs before he left us.
Keywords: Milt Machlin; author; greenwich village; margaret; 1960's; 1970's
|I've Come to Stay: A Love Comedy of Bohemia - Mary Heaton Vorse|
LibriVox recording of I've Come to Stay: A Love Comedy of Bohemia by Mary Heaton Vorse. Read in English by Expatriate An iconoclast in many fields herself, Mary Heaton Vorse was fascinated with Bohemia, the colorful unboundaried land of poets and artists and philosophers, a place whose denizens lived by their own rules without regard for the conventions of bourgeois Society. In this comic little romance, she explores the most famous corner of American Bohemia, New York's Greenwich Village, poki...
Keywords: librivox; audiobooks; humor; romance; american bohemia; greenwich village
|The Free Advice Man Dance Tranz It 3|
Music by and about The Legendary New York City Free Advice Man, Jean-Pierre Ady Fenyo .
Keywords: The Free Advice Man; JP Fenyo; Fenyo; Free Speech; New York City Legends; Legendary; Greenwich Village
|Alienation Effect - Peter-David Smith|
Two films in one. The soundtrack from a tourist movie about Greenwich Village, New York City, distorted by synth effects and attached to an American socialist workers' movie from the depression era ("Millions of Us"). Both movies are in The Prelinger Archive. Visual distortions and a moving wall of colour match the audio distortions. All in all intended to generate Bertolt Brecht's "Verfremdungseffekt" or, perhaps, "Alienation Effect"...
Keywords: Verfremdungseffekt; Bertolt Brecht; Greenwich Village; New York; socialism; strike; union; movement
|There's No Place Like Home 15 02 25 - Sara Fackelman|
Today on There's No Place Like Home, Sara and her co-host Brenda, discussed the number of people, 700,000, with HIV/AIDS who are not receiving much needed treatment and shared the history of the Stonewall riots by members of the gay community against a police raid that occurred on June 28, 1969, at the Stonewall Inn in Greenwich Village, New York City.
Keywords: There's No Place Like Home; HIV/AIDS; Stonewall riots; GLBT; LGBT; Greenwich Village; GSHRadio
|Paisley : a local sketch from Valentine's manual for 1863|
Keywords: Paisley Place (New York, N.Y.); Weavers -- New York (State) New York; Scottish Americans -- New York (State) New York; Greenwich Village (New York, N.Y.) -- History
|Insight: Storms and Trees / Sixties Memory Trip / Susan Deborah King|
Storms and Sacramento Trees - A lot of trees were broken or destroyed in Friday's storm that swept through the Sacramento region. Joe Benassini, Sacramento City's Urban Forest Services Manager, tells us about the scale of the damage and how people can protect their trees. Sixties Memory Trip - Sam Edwards tells you about "Watching the Sixties Go By on Greenwich Village Time." It's a book-length poem he wrote about New York in the late '60s while working as a bartender...
Keywords: tree damage; Joe Benassini; Sacramento City Urban Forest Services; Sam Edwards; Watching the Sixties Go By on Greenwich Village Time; Susan Deborah King; One-Breasted Woman; poetry; KXJZ; Insight; Capital Public Radio; Sacramento public radio
|2012 Predictions! - BTR Pulse [ep57]|
With 2011 left behind and a new year upon us, BTR Pulse host Lauren Hawker heads down to New York City's Greenwich Village to ask people what they predict for 2012. From politics and the presidential election to the Super Bowl and celebrity divorces, she gauges their guesses. /// Featured Songs: "fauxhemia" by The Dead Milkmen; "On Compton Bay" by Gang Colours
Keywords: news&information; new year; 2012; predictions for 2012; 2012 predictions; btr pulse; breakthru radio; btr; lauren hawker; jess westberg; nyc; greenwich village; super bowl; politics; gossip; sports; news; presidential election; gop nomination; celebrity divorce; fashion trends; the dead milkm
|FOIA: CPUSA LINE - NYC-4|
Freedom of Information Act Document: FOIA: CPUSA LINE - NYC-4
Keywords: party; communist; stated; usa; negro; leadership; fbi; soviet; informant; york; communist party; soviet union; white chauvinism; national committee; bronx county; office memorandum; furnished reliable; working class; usa organization; greenwich village
|Episode 49 - Motor Boat Man|
This week the podcast is crashed by two very interesting brothers, who have a very special relationship. While dealing with these two individuals they also get around to discussing Baywatch & Baywatch Nights, Mickey Rourke, naked shoppers, and so much more. As you know this week our B-Movie Breakdown features the 80's film TerrorVision.
Keywords: podcast; podcasting; comedy podcast; TerrorVision; 80s movies; sci-fi; 80s sci-fi; bad movies; Frank Welker; Mickey Rourke; Rumble Fish; The Pope Of Greenwich Village; Diner; Sin City; Sin City 2; Machete Kills; Baywatch; Futurama; new season; Baywatch Nights; motor boat man; motor boating; motor boat; tits; naked shopping; showering; Sandusky; worst movies; Netflix; Tron Uprising; Gargoyles; Hilary Duff; Hockey; OKC
|Occupy Halloween - OccupyTVNY|
Occupy Wall Street occupies the Halloween parade in Greenwich Village. Who's side are you on?cc
Keywords: ows; OWS; halloween; halloween parade; democracy; we are the %99; zuccotti park; greenwich village; New York City; costume; income inequality; corporate greed; face paint; costumes; fidel castro; the pope; NYPD; trick or treat; brass band; drumming; chanting; solidarity; Nyc Costume Trick-or-treating
|Henry Sapoznik 20March2012 Yiddish Book Center - Yiddish Book Center (Lily)|
Henry Sapoznik was interviewed by Christa Whitney on March 20, 2012 at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. To learn more about the Wexler Oral History Project, visit: http://www.yiddishbookcenter.org/tell-your-story To cite this interview: Henry Sapoznik Oral History Interview, interviewed by Christa Whitney, Yiddish Book Center's Wexler Oral History Project, Madison, WI, March 20, 2012. Video recording, http://archive.org/details/HenrySapoznik20march2012YiddishBookCenter ( [date accessed] )
Keywords: Yiddish Book Center; National Yiddish Book Center; Wexler Oral History Project; nybc; ybc; Yiddish; Jewish culture; Advice; Family history; stories about ancestors; Childhood; Jewish Identity; Yiddish revival and activism; Coming back to Yiddish; Post-vernacular uses of Yiddish; Music; Ethnography; Career and Professional Life; Scholarship; Academia; Education; Eastern Europe; United States; Politics and political movements; Transmission; Roots/heritage; Jewish community; Klezmer; Yiddish Book Center; Crown Heights; Brooklyn; New York City; NYC; Henry Sapoznik; Mt. Aier North Carolina; Madison; Wisconsin; Washington Square; Greenwich Village; Adrienne Cooper; Diva Abramovitch; Sarah Gordon; YIVO; Klez Kamp; 1960s; 1970s; 1980s; 1990s
|Eben Moglen - Freedom In The Cloud (2010) - ISOC-NY|
Everyone wants a piece of you these days: Google, Facebook, Flickr, Apple, AT&T, Bing. They'll give you free e-mail, free photo storage, free web hosting, even a free date. They just want to listen in. And you can't wait to let them. They'll store your stuff, they'll organize your photos, they'll keep track of your appointments, as long as they can watch. It all goes into the "Cloud" Eben Moglen is a Professor of Law and Legal History at Columbia University and the founding director of the Softw...
Keywords: 2010; Eben Moglen; Freedom Box; history; network topology; Internet Society; China; Freedom; Free culture; Free Software; PGP; web hosting; users; David Solomonoff; Tor; Tor Project; onion router; university; BitTorrent; GNU\Linux; ARM; Microsoft; Windows; browser; platform; World Wide Web; client-server; client; server; cloud; logs; Debian; Ubuntu; PHP; logs; Facebook; Zuckerberg; Q&A; ISX; FreedomBox; EFF; VoIP; Voice over IP; Q&A; Joe Plotkin; bway.net; GPL; AGPL; copyleft; Free Bandwidth; service provider; DSL; SpeakEasy; Greenwich Village; Manhattan; France; Columbia University; ISP; Asterisk; Symbian; telephony; Net Neutrality; politics; MySpace; monopoly; stupid tax; municipal wireless; Philidelphia; Supreme Court; GSM; financial services; Google; mods; code; federated networks; Nokia; iPad; sysadmin; root; infotainment; NoScript; gmail; social networking; privacy; smart phones